Sipping on an ice-cold drink while chilled music fills your ears and you gaze over the nearby swimming pool makes you feel like you’ve travelled far away from your busy city life to a relaxing island beach resort. However, this dream location can be found right on your doorstep – well, 47 storeys above your doorstep! Zephyr Rooftop lounge at Warwick Hotel Dubai is a hidden gem in the heart of the city, offering a relaxing oasis from the hectic lifestyle of the streets below.
Did you know that Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island plants a mangrove tree in commemoration of every visitor to the island? Dedicated to saving and protecting the environment, Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island invites Abu Dhabi's tourists to contribute to the preservation of Abu Dhabi's natural resources while leaving a legacy at once.
Kempinski Hotel & Residences Palm Jumeirah is set to host Iftar and Suhoor like no other in Dubai, at the preferred Layali Tent on a bigger, grander and more spectacular scale, which was previously recognized as the best Iftar and Suhoor in Dubai by Gulf Business 2015.
When you think about Japanese cuisine, ‘fun’ doesn’t automatically jump to mind, but when you mix it with some American Show Business, then things get really interesting. Having been to many Teppanyaki restaurants throughout Asia, I thought I knew what I was signing up for at Benihana – fresh fish and meat cooked on a grill in front of me. But I couldn’t have been more wrong. This isn’t just a way of live-cooking your dinner; it is pure entertainment that will have you laughing all evening.
It’s very rare that you realise something is missing in Dubai, especially when it comes to food and beverage offerings. But, when you step through the doors at the newly opened JB’s in Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach, you feel like you’re stepping into a place you have been missing without even knowing it.
Dubai Snowfest 2015
Step into a magical winterland at Dubai Ice Rink this festive season where you can delight in an amazing variety of merchandise and gifts to purchase for your loved ones at the Village Market while the incredible Elementis Show by local and international skaters captivates your imagination. Continue the excitement with snow-filled skating sessions, a visit to Santa’s Grotto or have some fun at the Elves arts and crafts workshop.
Zanzibar brings four thoughts to mind: Ancient pottery, which links the city to global trade dating back to the 24th century BC; slave trade, which flourished in the Middle Ages as a result of merchants coming to the place to do business and take indentured labor with them; Scheherazade, whose haunts of the city where in her 1001 Nights; and Freddie Mercury, the rock band, Queen’s front man who was born and raised in Stone Town—the original part of the city.
It can’t be done in a day, you’d probably say.
Seventeen hectares of pulse spiking, over-the-top, adrenalin-filled, gut-curling, thrill-seeking frenzy, where yelps and screams echo from the deepest recesses telling you that fear is something you conquer here.